Recent border clashes in the disputed region of al-Fashaqa risk triggering a wider regional war.
Pressure from world governments, and notably the UK, will be needed if the Rohingyas currently trapped in Bangladesh are to find justice.
ASEAN-Middle East trade connections continue to multiply, with many important discussions now taking place in the political and military spheres as well.
Geopolitical and domestic concerns continue to mount in Europe’s largest economy, with some commentators even asking: Is this the end of the German development model?
The Ukraine war has driven up food prices around the world, and there’s still room to grow.
The prime minister’s popularity ratings have soared amid widespread suffering during the Ethiopian civil war.
China’s Zhu Hai Yun is the first drone carrier ever launched, marking a potential turning point in the evolving field of ‘drone swarm’ combat. It won’t be the last.
A gap is emerging between the hawkish perception of Russia’s nationalist elites and the ground-level reality of Central Asian states drifting away from Moscow.
Looking through history, Kissinger has a long track record of sacrificing smaller nations on the alter of great power politics.
Expect the Fed’s recent 75-basis-point hike to reverberate in central banks around the world, with particularly high stakes for emerging markets.
Kyiv’s path to EU membership must be verifiably rigorous in a way that strengthens not just Ukraine but the bloc as a whole.